Chloë Grace Moretz
Shortly after moving to California, Moretz booked a recurring role on the CBS show The Guardian with Simon Baker, where she had the good fortune of being directed by Emilio Estevez. Her first feature film came soon thereafter in THE HEART OF THE BEHOLDER, which won the Director's Choice Award at the Bluegrass Independent Film Festival. She immediately booked a lead role in Michael Bay's remake of THE AMITYVILLE HORROR alongside Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George.
Since wrapping THE AMITYVILLE HORROR she has appeared in several other independent films, as well as landing a lead role in the comedy BIG MOMMA'S HOUSE 2 with Martin Lawrence. She also guest starred on the hit sitcom My Name is Earl, ABC's Desperate Housewives, and Dirty Sexy Money, starring Peter Krause and Donald Sutherland.
In addition to feature films and television, Chloë has also been using her acting abilities to bring life to animation through her voice. She was cast as the lead, Darby, in the series, My Friends Tigger and Pooh for Disney Animation. She also lent her voice for the animated show The Emperor's New School.
Moretz recently completed working on the highly anticipated film adaptation of Mark Millar's comic book KICK-ASS. The story follows a 15 year old boy's attempts to become a real-life superhero. Moretz plays the part of Hit-Girl, who is a ferocious vulgar-mouthed 11 year old who fights crime by teaming up with her father, Big-Daddy, played by Nicholas Cage. The film is released in 2009.
Chloë Grace Moretz Facts
|Birth Name||Chloe Grace Moretz|
|Birthday||February 10, 1997 (22)|
|Birthplace||Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
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